Subbaraju is king of Japan

Subbaraju is king of Japan

Subbaraju is one of the actors, who attracted the attention of Japanese audiences. They have gone gaga over Subbaraju, who played Kumara Varma in Baahubali 2:The Conclusion. Definitely, he is the king of Japan.

If anyone will ask you  that who is your favourite character from SS Rajamouli’s  historic and war drama Baahubali:The Beginning and Baahubali 2:The Conclusion, who would probably say – Baahubali (Prabhas), Bhallaladev (Rana Daggubati), Kattappa (Sathyaraj), Devasena (Anushka Shetty), Sivagami (Ramya Krishna), or Avantika (Tamannah Bhatia) right? But Japan – the country who is showering immense love on the Indian film, is obsessing over Kumara Varma of Baahubali. The role of Kumara Varma was played by Subbaraju.  Japanese audience have fallen in love of  Subba Raju! Recently Subbaraju flew to Japan and interacted with his fans. He also received some gifts.

Today the actor Subbaraju took to his twitter to share a pic and he captioned it, “Cherished my dreams of Japan as a Child.
Now I hold dearest to my heart, all the wonderful people I interacted with in Japan.
And these gifts will forever remind me of those golden moments.
Can you ‘feel’ the Cherry Blossoms in my heart?!どうもありがとうございます”  This pic proves the craze and charisma of Subbaraju in Japan. Now it has officially proved that Subbaraju is the King of Japan.

Subbaraju played a pivotal role in the magnum opus Baahubali. He essayed the role with utmost sincerity. So much so, that Japan is obsessive over him, and now he has become an emoticon or emoticons.

Subbaraju has acted in many Telugu movies in a variety of roles, from negative to supporting characters. His most notable works include Pokiri, Amma Nanna O’ Tamil Ammayi, Arya, , Leader, Mirchi, and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.

Subbaraju’s introduction to the entertainment industry was an accident. Telugu director Krishna Vamsi’s personal assistant asked Subbaraju to fix a computer issue for Krishna Vamsi’s personal computer. When he went  to Krishna Vamsi’s house, he was then offered a small role in Krishna Vamsi’s directorial venture Khadgam.